Wednesday, December 19, 2007

nyc, here we come!

whew, i think my playing santa is over for a bit. three trips to the post office in the past three days and wrapping of about 40 TranquiliT care packages - i'm ready for some respite from the holiday season. so where do i go but new york? tomorrow morning my assistant and i will board the wifi bus to host a trunk show at jivamukti from 3-8pm (new yorkers - please come see us!). then we board the 11pm chinatown bus home and poor assistant flies to tokyo just a few hours later. no rest for the weary. we exchanged gifts today and she got me the CUTEST children's book different like coco by elizabeth matthews. god bless being different - especially such an icon.

as i crawl up into the loft (aka "upstairs"), i wanted to jot a quick note to say bonjour! i am hoping to meet my new e-mail pen pal claudia of theparisapartment.com tomorrow and get a dose of yummy new york yoga while i'm there. oh, and maybe a super cheap mani (can you believe they are $10 there?). so much to do and only a few hours to do it in. god bless new york.

it's interesting how the world is slowing right now. my e-mails have slowed, there is ample parking on the street, there aren't as many people walking around - it's a lovely reminder to sllllooooowww down. i'm absolutely delighted to be spending christmas here with absolutely no plans. beau and i talked about hitting a movie and he's making some special meal. other than that, i'm basking in tons of unstructured hours that day!

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5 comments:

lise said...

ample parking on streets? but last i heard it snowed in dc!

we don't have parking spaces any more. we have mountains of snow, often taller than us!

Sarah McColl said...

kimberly, you can even get a manicure for $7 here in NY! Have fun!

Asset gatherer said...

I *heart* NYC! I also love, love, love staying "home" in DC when no one else is around. This year, the S.O. and I are spending Christmas with Mom in Chicago, but I've spent several years sans plans in DC also. It's almost blissful!

Definitely enjoy!

diana from pa said...

Have a great time and happy holidays! It is nice to slow down this time of year when it turns so cold and blustery.
Kimberly, I love your podcasts - really do, but can we have one from time to time of your musings on life, goals, yoga, staying on track, etc.? I am looking for some inspiration in the new year! Falling off the regular yoga practice wagon and needing a boost to keep working on my goals daily.
Thanks - I appreciate your thoughts, honesty, integrity and enthusiasm!! Cheers to life!

Anonymous said...

i agree! i was just thinking that i would love to have a "goal setting" podcast for the beginning of 2008.